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Thursday, December 12, 2019

Letter to editor – Dykema standing up for our veterans

To the editor: Throughout the process of drafting a veterans" omnibus bill poised to increase access to benefits and services for veterans, my staff and...

Letter to the editor re: bow hunting:

I have been quite upset with the attitude that Bow hunting is such a positive idea.? No one has told the story of untrained...

A “firey” debate

Westborough - At the Special Town Meeting held Oct. 15, voters approved the request to spend $11 million to design and build a much-debated...

Viewpoint – In journalism, it's not all about speed

By David Bagdon, Publisher, Community Advocate There are very few industries that haven's been greatly impacted by the explosion of social media and the Internet....

Old Man Winter is on his way!

Region – With the 2013 Farmer's Almanac, and other sources, predicting much lower-than-normal temperatures for the Northeast in the coming winter months, humans and...

President of Northboro Baseball speaks out in response to Jim Furlong's opinion piece

Submitted by Jim Forbush – President, Northboro Baseball and Softball Association I am not one to take my issues public but I need to defend...

A sad day for Northborough baseball

By Jim Furlong It's a Saturday morning in April. Spring is settling in, and if you drive by Memorial Field, you are likely to see...

Letter to the editor

Dear Editor, I's writing to set the record straight about the recently passed legislation forcing family care providers into a state employee union if they...

I was just thinking about…Not for every “Her”

By Janice Lindsay Ever since I'se been able to write with a pen and buy my own pens, I'se searched for the perfect writing instrument,...

By Barbara Polan Men driving pick-up trucks are the drivers most prone to road rage. Yes, yes, yes, I know that generalizations are wrong; isn's that statement itself a generalization? To temper my thesis, let me clarify … I know a man who drives a pick-up considerately: my beloved brother, who is a sweet man, a carpenter who uses his truck for both business and his personal life. I know from experience that he does not turn into a monster while driving – neither during work nor other parts of life.